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This is the first weekend of the Diamond Approach South Africa programme. It took place on 25-27 April 2020, taught by Dominic Liber and Sarala Jungclaussen, with follow ups on 30 May 2020 and 20 June 2020.
Anyone is free to register for this course as an online course. The course is primarily intended for students considering the new Diamond Approach South Africa group, or other students of Dom and Sarala.
Reviewing the Retreat?
If you attended this weekend you have been automatically granted access to this course to review the teachings.
Contact or Questions
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We offer two fee levels. There is one fee for South African students which takes account of the economic situation in South Africa and the weak exchange rate, and a different rate for students from other countries.
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Accessing the Sessions
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The session starts with an extended sensing, looking and listening exercise. At the end of the teaching, you will be given an inquiry exercise, the exercise takes the form of…
The session starts with a detailed introduction to the Kath meditation. This session is available in both audio and video versions. On the retreat, the session started with various introductory announcements.…
This session is available only in audio. There are two files. The first is the meditation, and the second is the teaching. Complete the session by doing the meditation and…
The session starts standing with some body movements, and then a kath meditation. The teaching introduces the Yellow aspect of essence or presence in relation to curiosity. At the end…
This session will be on Zoom on Saturday afternoon 30 May at 2:30pm South African time.